Maya Jama looks incredible as she dances in a bikini in her kitchen

MAYA Jama looked incredible as she danced in a bikini in her kitchen yesterday.

The TV presenter wiggled her hips like pop star Shakira before stepping out onto her balcony to admire the sunshine.

Maya, 26, showed off her sensational curves in the cow-print bikini top and low cut khaki pants as she laughed at her antics.

The stunning star, who hosted co-hosted Peter Crouch: Save Our Summer last year in between lockdowns, late joked: "I don't actually know what day it is".

Though Maya likes to relax at home she's actually a busy lady.

Aside from her TV work, the former BBC Radio 1 host has enjoyed success with fashion collections with PrettyLittleThing and JD Sports, and has modelled for brands such as Adidas and Maybelline.

And Maya has a lot to celebrate.

Last month The Sun's Bizarre revealed that Maya had become a millionaire after working her way up the showbiz ladder.

An insider said: "Maya has been grafting for years, honing her craft, but this year she’s really come into her own.

"After leaving Radio 1 in May she said she had exciting projects and she wasn’t wrong. Landing a presenting gig alongside Peter Crouch on his BBC primetime TV show Save Our Summer was massive, and it’s just the start."

Maya's company MIJ & Co has £1.3million in the bank and that figure will only rise.

Along with more TV deals, she is to launch her own skincare range this year and has big-money endorsements on the go.

Maya, from Bristol, went from a DJ on London community radio station Rinse FM to in 2017 becoming the youngest person ever to co-host the Mobo Awards.

From there she was picked up by Radio 1 and landed her first telly presenting gig, on MTV’s True Love Or True Lies, before becoming a team captain on ITV2 panel show Don’t Hate The Playaz.

Maya has also signed fashion ad deals with PrettyLittleThing, Adidas, Gap and Kurt Geiger.

Last month she revealed she became a millionaire at 24, telling the Evening Standard about her career: "You do something you enjoy and then you get paid for it and you’re like: 'Oh my gosh, this is so cool!'."  

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